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Tractor Trials archive video from the 1930s - old film of working machines
"1930s Tractor Trials" DVD introduction from Primetime Video. The World Agricultural Tractor Trials of 1930 were a major event in the history of farm tractors in Britain. 36 tractors, from seven different countries, ranging from massive crawlers to three motor cultivators for market gardeners, were brought to one site in Oxfordshire. Among the machines to be seen are five of the earliest Caterpillar models, a four-wheel drive French Latil, three Peter Brotherhood tractors, a Vickers Aussie, two Swedish Munktells, a Linke crawler from Gernany and what is probably the only Hungarian-British HCSC in the world, as well as machines from Case, Massey Harris, Marshall and one of the few failures of the trials, the Fordson Model N, which went on to be one of the world's most successful tractors. Written and narrated by Alan Stennett. 56 minutes long and available online from www.primetimevideo.co.uk





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1921 International 8-16 Tractor startup
This is an original, unrestored International 8-16 complete with the original and very rare air cleaner. The hood sheet metal was replaced, patterned from the original, but the fenders and the rest are the real thing. It was retired and stored inside a barn, and placed up on stones, in the early 1950's, so the wheels are in remarkable condition. The original paint and IH decals are still visible. As you can see, it starts and runs well. This was filmed at the Carroll County, Ohio Algonquin Mill Fall Festival on Sunday, Oct.11, 2009. The owner also has a 1917 tractor of the same model as well as a growing collection of other vintage IH tractors, as well as a variety of vintage Chevrolet, International, and Dodge trucks, such as the Dodge seen here. The Algonquin Mill Festival is a 3 day annual event in October-join us!





Pair of D10N's push loading 660B scrapers
Classic CATERPILLAR 660B scrapers being push loaded by CAT D10N pushcat's





Antique Tractor Universal-2 1952 for Sale
UNIVERSAL-2 TRACTOR The Stalingrad and Kharkov tractor plants came into operation in the early 1930s and enabled mechanization of the most power-consuming agricultural operations such as ploughing, sowing and harvesting. However, row crops (sugar beet, corn, potato, cotton, etc.) were still cultivated using horsepower because the first tractors could not be used for loosening, thinning or hilling. In 1933, the total area of row crops in USSR was 20 million hectares. Thus, cultivating tractors were necessary. Such a tractor was designed at the Research Institute for Tractor Building in Moscow on the basis of the Farmall model (US). However, the new tractor was by no means a simple copy of the original model. The design was modified to meet Soviet production and serv­ice conditions. The new tractor was called Universal. It had a 22 h.p. engine and its design was simple and reliable. From 1934 to 1940, the tractor was fabricated in Leningrad, and the second plant came into operation in Vladimir in 1944 where the fabrication continued until 1955. A total of 210,000 Universal tractors of various modifica­tions were produced from 1934 to 1955.





The Great Dorset Steam Fair 2010 Heavy Haulage
The various Heavy Haulage loads in the Play Pen at The Great Dorset Steam Fair 2010; 1925 Burrell D Class Traction Engine No.4019 Britannia hauling the stone block 1922 Burrell Road Locomotive No.3937 Janet hauling the chain loaded trailer 1901 Fowler B1Class Road Locomotive No.8920 The Great North heading the Pickfords 100 ton loaded with an M4 Sherman banked by 1920 Burrell Road Locomotive No.3829 His Majesty 1925 Burrell D Class Traction Engine No.4019 Britannia hauling the trailer with the early electric motor 1908 Burrell Road Locomotive No.3057 Lord Roberts, 1912 McLaren Road Locomotive No.1181 King Harry, 1928 Fowler B6 Class Road Locomotive No.17106 Duke of York & 1919 McLaren Road Locomotive No.1652 Boadicea hauling SR Merchant Navy Class No.35005 Canadian Pacific on Allely's Locomotive Transporter 1912 McLaren Traction Engine No.1266 & 1900 McLaren Road Locomotive No.1497 double heading the early electric motor trailer 1913 Burrell Tractor No.3442, 1910 Fowler A5 Class Road Locomotive No.11111 City of Hull, 1908 Burrell Road Locomotive No.3057 Lord Roberts, 1901 Fowler B1Class Road Locomotive No.8920 The Great North & 1919 McLaren Road Locomotive No.1652 Boadicea hauling SR Merchant Navy Class No.35005 Canadian Pacific on Allely's Locomotive Transporter, before this run the water bowser finally went round to damp down the ground to stop the dust.





1921 Lanz Tractor Reversing Engine Rotation
This is how the early Lanz tractors reversed themselves, they only had one gear. Moving the tractor into reverse involved throttling the engine back until it was striking backward on compression, the jamming open the throttle and hoping it went in the correct direction. This operation took practice and is still hard to pull off. After the engine is running backward, you simply engage the clutch to move backward. Pioneer Acres Museum, Irricana, Alberta.





Gray Antique Tractor at Rollag Minnesota Threshing Show
Gray tractor at the 2000 Western Minnesota Steam Threshers Reunion held in Rollag, Minnesota.The pre-1920's Gray tractor, built in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is driven by a five foot wide drum!





Patronstart Field Marshall Fowler
Min goda granne startar sin Field Marshall Fowler med krutpatron





Half Century of Progress 2013 Earthquake plowing
Half Century of Progress show 2013 in Rantoul, IL. The Earthquake tractor was there pulling a 15-bottom plow. Some of the ground was pretty hard and dry, but this area was a little better plowing. The Earthquake tractor is a 750 hp 4WD built by Dave & John Curtis of Rite Manufacturing Co. It is powered by a Detroit Diesel 12V and was built in the 1980s. It was named the Earthquake by its previous owners Doerfler Farms in Oregon when an earthquake shook their farm and they compared it to the way their tractor made the ground quake. It is now owned by the Randall Brothers of Holgate, OH, were gracious enough to share it with all of us at the Half Century of Progress show in Rantoul.





Starting 50 year old JCB Digger
1959 JCB starts after being left idle for 2 years http://www.youtube.com/user/grizzly9871?feature=mhee





Unloading 1948 6 cylinder Cletrac crawler at new home.
Unloading 1948 DDH Cletrac crawler 6 cylinder diesel.





Starting a 1919 Fordson tractor.
This tractor belongs to my friend Richard, it shows him starting his beautiful 1919 Fordson tractor without using a starter or even a crank! This is a must see! From www.tractorworksvideos.com





Le Fardier de Cugnot à Rétromobile
Le Fardier de Cugnot au salon Rétromobile





Doe Triple D ploughing at the Diseworth
Doe Triple D ploughing at the Diseworth Working Day 13th Sept 2009





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